DIY Berry Wreath

I am so excited to share with you this awesome DIY Berry Wreath that is made from supplies from the dollar store!  I love wreaths and I love inexpensive supplies so I’m pretty proud of myself for this one!  It has to be my most favorite Christmas Wreath!  

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Supplies Needed for DIY Berry Wreath:

Berry Wreath Supplies

{I reused a wreath form that I had originally purposed for my Mickey Mouse Wreath for the little’s 2nd Birthday Party so that is why it is spray-painted black.}

Start out by disassembling some of your berry sprigs (I used a total of 7 sprigs on mine 2-dark red 3-red and 2-white)

Berry Wreath Berries

Next I hot glued a few of the leaves on the wreath as the base.

Wreath Form

Next I just worked like I was completing a puzzle and fit all the berry springs in on the wreath, securing them with hot glue!

Berry Wreath

I am really happy with how it turned out!  I am also happy with the $8 price tag!

DIY Berry Wreath

I had so much fun with this one that I ended up making a Spring Berry Wreath as well as a Halloween Berry Wreath!  They are so much fun!
You can check out ALL My wreaths here!  One for every season!  Which is your favorite?

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Berry Christmas Wreath Idea from Dollar Store Supplies

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POSTED BY: Cheryl Spangenberg

67 Responses to DIY Berry Wreath

  1. Che,

    Very nice! You are very clever with the stuff from the dollar store. Last year I took the berry sprigs and put them in my apothacary jars. I didn’t feel like filling them (again) with red and white mints.

    Maureen

    P.S. My adoption papers? Are you getting tired of the year long joke?

  2. ahhhh…I simply LOVE this. Looks like a million bucks, sure not a dollar or two! Thanks so much for joining in on our Dollar Tree Christmas party.

  3. Love your wreath. I’ve always wanted a berry wreath but didn’t want to pay the high prices. Thanks for sharing, now I can make my own! I’m visiting from Debbiedoo’s.

  4. Perfection. Its so classic. I love it!

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    Happy Holidays!! <3

  5. Hi Cheryl! I found you over at the Dollar Tree Party. The berry wreath that you made is darling! What a good idea you had to add the white to it. Thank-you for sharing. Denise

  6. Featuring this today & your Christmas font round up! :)

    Ginger @ gingersnapcrafts.com

    http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2012/12/take-look-at-you-christmas-edition.html

  7. Oops, really $9.00 you have to count the wreath. Nine berries in the pic & the wreath. You did a great job, I am going to make one.

  8. Love it! I’m planing to make this for Independence Day, for my entrance door. Would you mind telling how big the wreath form is?

  9. This is beautiful and looks so festive! Such a brilliant idea to save a looooot of money having a Christmas wreath on your door! Thank you Cheryl for sharing this great idea. I will definitely run to the Dollar store tomorrow and start working on my wreath

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